Archive Search
  • SEARCH FOR


1-20 of 194 results for women in comics

sorted by relevance | sort by date

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10

Tillie Walden: Talking Comics
"If it was torture, I’d’ve given up by now.”
DAILY Arts  November 1, 2017, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...And after doing that workshop with Scott, it was as simple as that: I knew that graphic novels were what I wanted to do. It was like two days where all we did was think about comics, talk about comics, draw comics – and it clicked with me so easily that I felt kind of silly..."

The Comics (Artist) Panel
Five Austinites on the state of the sequential art, from comics to comix to manga and beyond
Arts Story  December 22, 2006, by Joey Seiler
"...But while Chris Ware reigned through the Nineties as one of the most meticulous, creative artists and Berkeley Breathed made Bill the Cat into a household name – or at least a familiar bathroom reading companion – fewer people remember Austin as the birthplace of underground comix with Jack "Jaxon" Jackson's God Nose. And fewer people follow the still fertile current comics scene...."

Professor Marston and the Wonder Women
The origins of the iconic Amazon princess
starstarstarhalfstar
Film Review  October 13, 2017, by Marc Savlov
"...William Moulton Marston, a psychologist who had his own free-wheeling and avowedly feminist attitudes that came together on the only-a-dime, four-color, pulp pages, but whose forward-thinking notions about the modern American woman eventually ran head on into establishment accusations of perversion, kink, and BDSM-lite from the Child Study Association of America in 1945. (A real-life shot across the bow of the comics industry presaging the infamous 1954 Senate Subcommittee on Juvenile Delinquency that took down William Gaines from legendary E.C..."

Do Women Rule The Austin Comedy Scene?
Kat Ramzinski suggests that, yeah, they sure as hell do
DAILY Arts  February 21, 2013, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"..."Then," says the comedian, "a friend visited me from out of town. He's a comic, and he made the comment to me, 'Wow, so the lady comics pretty much have this scene on lockdown huh?' And I was taken aback, because I didn't think so..."

A Guide to Austin Stand-Up: Comics
The stand-up people behind the city's comedy scene
Arts Story  March 30, 2017, by Wayne Alan Brenner, Ashley Moreno, Sean L. Malin and Robert Faires
"...Her deadpan style and dark material – shaped in large part by her experiences growing up in very provincial, small-town East Texas – have earned Bixby the title "Comedy's Sweetheart of Darkness." It's a nickname that captures the appeal in her particular sort of pessimism and woe; at the mic, she doesn't throw a pity party so much as lay out the hard hand life has dealt her and mock each card. Her endurance on the scene and popularity at festivals (Fun Fun Fun Fest, Moontower Comedy, and Boston's Women in Comedy Fest) are proof that good comics can work black as well as blue..."

The Other Stars in the Galaxy
Screens Story  May 20, 1999
"...Set during the Nixon administration, Dawson's Creek's Williams and Interview With a Vampire's Dunst play two clueless teenyboppers who take a wrong turn during their White House tour and stumble into the Watergate conspiracy. But with a cast of career comics on hand, including Jim Breuer as John Dean, Oliver Stone this is not..."

'The Intergalactic Nemesis' in Four Colors
Is the world's first live action graphic novel a good graphic novel?
DAILY Books  August 11, 2012, by Richard Whittaker
"...Fans of the Nemesis know exactly what they're getting: A loving, tongue-in-cheek recreation of the golden age of nickel comics with pages the consistency of a paper shopping bag. Newer fans will find a simple, old-fashioned action romp (no women in refrigerators here.) If you love finding a reproduction wind-up tin rocket ship, then this is a page-turner...."

Funniest Person in Austin 2016: Lashonda Rules!
Lashonda Lester takes the title in the competition's 31st year
DAILY Arts  May 17, 2016, by Robert Faires
"...Suffice to say that she earned her crown last night and shattered whatever glass ceiling has hung over the FPIA since 2000, when marvelous Martha Kelly was the last woman to take the title. And Lester's win was not only a welcome affirmation for female comics in the ATX but African-American stand-ups, too..."

Texas in Bold, Dark Strokes
Artist/Historian Jack Jackson
Books Story  November 15, 1996, by Jesse Sublett
"...Like American pulp fiction, blues, and jazz, comic books are taken a lot more seriously in Europe than in the United States. And that's a shame, because people in this country, especially, need to read and appreciate Jackson's history comics..."

The Good Eye: In Praise of Eyebrows
January 16, 2014. 9 photos.
PHOTO GALLERY  January 16, 2014
"...Audrey Halm, an employee at Austin Books & Comics, does occasional plucking at home and lets her natural brow shape accent her face and eye shape...."

Big in Austin, Big in Japan
If a holiday gift trend is big here this year, chances are, it was already big over there
Features Story  December 7, 2001, by Kate X Messer
"...While Toys "R" Us carries a perfectly competent array of U.S. versions of Sailor Moon, Pokémon, Gundam Wing, and even more obscure titles like Tenchi Muyo and Akira action figs and gadgets, your discerning tot or teen will appreciate if you do your homework and instead gift them with an original imported Japanese version from our local indie stores like Momoko, Animagix, Gamefellas, Austin Books, Comics & More, and more..."

Graphic Diversity
This year's Staple! expo spotlights women in comics, and local creator E.K. Weaver explains why
Arts Story  March 5, 2015, by Jessi Cape
"...It's been a hot minute since Nell Brinkley inked feminine independence in national magazines, and though the comics world is still largely a guys' club, the numbers are finally shifting. Market research by the Beat indicates almost half of comic book fans are female, and even big houses like Marvel are taking notice: Mighty Thor is a woman! The smaller, independent illustrated media biz is making strides, too..."

Crossing the Lines
Women Comic Strippers
Books Story  May 12, 1995, by Kate X Messer
"...you wanna spend the night, babe?" This work of Austin artist Van Horn and 13 others appear in an enthralling primer to modern female comic art Twisted Sisters: A Collection of Bad Girl Art edited by Diane Noomin. This coffee-table compendium of femme-penned pieces caused quite a buzz in the comics scene, as well as in feminist academic circles..."

Rise of the Valkyrie
Kate Leth talks women in comics and fake geek girl phobia
DAILY Books  May 26, 2014
"...Leth works both sides of the comics industry. As the writer/artist for web strip Kate Or Die, and a contributor to Adventure Time comics for KaBOOM! and Bravest Warriors for Boom! Studios, she's a comics creator..."

Wisecracks
Known for her sociopolitical documentaries Loved, Honoured Bruised and Abortion Stories North and South, Canadian filmmaker Gail Singer takes a lighter turn to concentrate on the current proliferation of female...
starstarstar
Film Review  October 2, 1992, by Pamela Bruce
"...Starring: Joy Behar, Ellen Degeneres, Phyllis Diller, Whoopi Goldberg and Paula Poundstone. Known for her sociopolitical documentaries Loved, Honoured Bruised and Abortion Stories North and South, Canadian filmmaker Gail Singer takes a lighter turn to concentrate on the current proliferation of female stand-up comics in Wisecracks..."

Girls Gone Geek
Weird Girls is an Austin-based website and YouTube channel dedicated to all things geeky, but from a female perspective
Screens Story  May 22, 2014, by Richard Whittaker
"...Danger is the site's resident expert on comics, and she is quick to explain this isn't a site for women in geek culture. This is a site for everyone in geek culture, but one that highlights women as experts, makers, and reviewers..."

'Joan Thinks I'm Funny, So I Better Keep Going'
Oddball Festival's Whitney Cummings on the craft of comedy
DAILY Arts  September 19, 2014, by Russ Espinoza
"...Reflective of the unilaterally macho world of stand-up, this year’s Oddball Comedy and Curiosity Festival is spare in the estrogen column. Out of 25 total comics who have contributed to this year’s 20-date tour, just three – Sarah Silverman, Amy Schumer, and Whitney Cummings – can call Venus their ancestral home...."

Page Two: Otto Binder Had a Vision
The great science-fiction and comic book writer already had a name for Trump back in the 1950s – Bizarro
Columns  September 15, 2016, by Louis Black
"...In the mid-Fifties Binder was writing a lot for DC Comics. It was a try-anything period – and they did..."

Welcome to the X-Men, David Marquez: Hope You Survive the Experience!
Local artist opens run on Marvel's merry mutants today
DAILY Books  January 16, 2013, by Richard Whittaker
"...Call David Marquez a Marvel zombie, and he'll be pretty happy with it. In two years, he's gone from indie creator to drawing a Fantastic Four graphic novel, handling art duties on Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man, and now his three issue run on All-New X-Men begins..."

Don't Think Twice
In this comedy about comedy, Mike Birbiglia nails what's funny and true
starstarstarhalfstar
Film Review  August 5, 2016, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...As in his 2012 indie film breakout, Sleepwalk With Me, writer/director Mike Birbiglia mines what he knows: stand-up comedy. The characters and settings of both films are based on the unknown, workaday comics who hone their craft in the dark, half-empty comedy clubs that dot every major American city..."

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10
This content has not been formatted for this window size.
Please increase the size of your browser window, or revisit on a mobile device.